Introvert Love: Love Online and Other Tales of 21st Century Mate-finding (Negatives)

Now that we’ve covered the positives of online dating, it’s time to get into the negatives. If you missed yesterday’s article, catch up here. Looking at my own recent experience in marathon dating, let’s just be honest: Modern day mate finding is not for the faint of heart. With the average age rising for people…

Introvert Love: Love Online and Other Tales of 21st Century Mate-finding: The Positives

Introvert Love: Love Online and Other Tales of 21st Century Mate-finding (the positives) updated Not so long ago, an INTJ female was given a gift. While the fairy godmother thought it was a kind and helpful gift –  4 months paid for an online dating service in honor of the INTJ’s coming birthday – what…

Mastering Your Mastermind Through Uchi-Soto

Mastermind Tool Three: Mastering Your Mastermind Through Uchi-Soto In talking about developing the INTJ mastermind, it would be easy to focus on the elements in the cognitive stack that INTJs can easily access. We have already touched on some of them. We use introverted intuition to collect data and dream possibilities. Extroverted thinking to identify…

Introvert Life – Work Out Style, 2017 Fitness Look 2

Today’s introvert workout look is not only great for working out, but also great for lounging around. More often than not, my workout clothes double as pajamas or lounge wear. I like that I don’t have to change into workout clothes before doing my morning workout. Often, like many people, I workout in my bedroom,…

INTJ Music Playlist #6: Christmas Playlist

INTJ Music Playlist #6: Christmas Playlist It’s time for the INTJ Christmas playlist. Honestly, as most Christmas music is sappy and overly emotional, this playlist was a bit more difficult than usual. However, I think this is the time of the year where traditions supersede the role of logic. Music is meant to connect us to…

Discussing INTJ Paradoxes Part 1: Socratic Paradox

Today I want to go deeper into the idea of paradoxes and discuss a common INTJ paradox: knowledgeable, but insecure. In fact, this paradox has a name, it’s called the Socratic Paradox. The Greek philosopher Plato credited his teacher Socrates as having said, “All that I know is that I know nothing.” Although, there is…